Ras Vaughn navigates the tricky upper slopes of Mount Rainier during a late July trip during which he and Gavin Woody climbed Rainier twice and ran the Wonderland Trail. They finished the Infinity Loop in 99 hours, 7 minutes.
Ras Vaughn navigates the tricky upper slopes of Mount Rainier during a late July trip during which he and Gavin Woody climbed Rainier twice and ran the Wonderland Trail. They finished the Infinity Loop in 99 hours, 7 minutes. Gavin Woody Courtesy
Ras Vaughn navigates the tricky upper slopes of Mount Rainier during a late July trip during which he and Gavin Woody climbed Rainier twice and ran the Wonderland Trail. They finished the Infinity Loop in 99 hours, 7 minutes. Gavin Woody Courtesy

Adventurers of the Week: 2 men finish Rainier’s Infinity Loop

September 01, 2016 03:57 PM

UPDATED September 04, 2016 11:08 AM

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